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5-19-2008 @ 7:02AM
I haven't seen anything official on this, but I've heard many other competant people make the same complaints following 2.4. Blizzard might have secretly expanded the drop zone to make the fight more challenging -- especially in light of the fact that more people are going back to the instance for easy badges. Or it just could be an error on their part.Either way, the official Blizzard word is probably "working as intended." Adapt, overcome, and become a better player for it!
5-19-2008 @ 7:03AM
That was absolutely intended to be a reply to my2cents and the damned thing even said "replying to my2cents [Undo]", but -- as always -- the epic comments boss has defeated me again.
5-19-2008 @ 10:43AM
Don't worry, you are not the only one that thinks the comments system here sucks golf balls through a garden hose.
5-19-2008 @ 12:34PM
Yeah, I don't mind the change really. Just thought I'd point it out in response to the article (seemingly) implying that such a change was imaginary when Alex wrote, "Burning Crusade has spread this phenomenon to other bosses, too...Malchezar's infernals can drop wherever they'd like. Safe spots are only safe until the randomness of the encounter decides to be random" >.
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